This project applies new technology called 'next generation sequencing' to sequence DNA in a chromosomal region that's highly likely to contain a breast cancer susceptibility gene.
Identification of this gene will provide many families with an explanation for why their families have multiple cases of breast cancer and will improve their ongoing clinical management and treatment.
Annual Lay Report
2010 - 2012
A/Prof Melissa Southey, Prof David Goldgar
Cancer Council Research Grant
Pathology Department, University of Melbourne
$88,512 in 2010 and $99,125 in 2011, $89,800 in 2012